Like those in the path of the Colorado fires are adapting, or those that are starving from crop failure are adapting, or how those countless societies throughout the globe will adapt when the Oceans’ become devoid of sustenance.

People like the CEO of Exxon is where Obama gets his thinking on Climate Change. The process of “society adapting” to Climate Collapse is the Wall Street’ esque Profit Opportunity to be found in what is merely considered “creative destruction.”

Obama's energy policy is analogous to an act of genocide. Science should be guiding our response to a dying planet and not those who have a financial stake into hastening it's death. The approach we have now is truly an “Obama’nation” at the expense of the 99%.

http://news.yahoo.com/exxons-ceo-climate-energy-fears-overblown-164530750--finance.html

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Woody Thomas 3 years 32 weeks ago
#1

This is an older article but still valid today as the Farm Bill moves it's way through Congress:

http://www.ewg.org/agmag/2011/03/farm-subsidies-paid-to-the-members-of-the-112th-congress/

One thing left out is the massive sugar subsidies that go to a handful of very powerful political families in Florida that I assume support Marco Rubio.

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telliottmbamsc 3 years 31 weeks ago
#2

Total of 45 Wisconsinites "adapted" to Climate Change by dying in the most recent heat wave.

Many were to poor to afford air conditioning and some were elderly.

anonymous green 3 years 31 weeks ago
#3

Elliott,

You are an ignorant fool who likes to cry wolf.

How many people have you let die because of your ignorance?

delete jan in iowa 3 years 31 weeks ago
#4

Thank you for finding this article and posting it!!!

You've done me and the rest of the blog a service!!!

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